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Gargantua Inner Black Hole (Interstellar)

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Gargantua Inner Black Hole (Interstellar) or spherical metamaterial; acoustic diffuser, electromagnetic lens, thermal amplifier, topologic transducer, etc.

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Black Hole Hyperspace Lattice Metamaterial.

It is a lattice with an oblique apeirohedron structure or spherically bounded hexaoctahedral net.

This is a structure belonging to the hyperplanes.

The Matrix for the composition of the Expanded Conway Operator or "Cantellation", is as follows:

Mx= [111

040

020]

For infinite tessellation polyhedrals based on a regular cubic seed.

And it's Mx=

[121

070

040]

For infinite tessellation polyhedrals based on a rectangular seed.

This same structure in infinite honeycomb is the mathematical construction corresponding to the 4th physical space dimension, or the 5th dimension considering Time.

SPOILER: It is the Tesseract of the Black Hole by Kerr Gargantúa in the film Interstellar, directed by Christopher Nolan. Where the temporal coordinate is translated into a passable spatial coordinate. Above are the future potentials, below are the pasts, and in the center are the presents. At each center of the crossroads or overlapping intersections of 3D volumes, a specific 4D spacetime emerges. Through the internal hexagonal corridors that are formed in an orthogonal diagonal view of the lattice structure, the movement on a Cartesian axis W emerges as the natural 5th relativistic dimension.

This proposed metamaterial can present properties of acoustic and vibrational cancellation, high resistance to compression and high temperature conduction.

The related scientific articles about this secondary Schoen IWP structure defined in the Conway operator are in the following links:

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15376494.2018.1538470

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Designing-periodic-cellular-structures-a-Methods-of-creating-periodic-structures_fig5_322712421

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Printer:

SLS 3D Printer

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

No

Notes:

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) or Additive Deposition Printing of metal powder or polymers is recommended to form a pseudoplatonic lattice sponge.

  • 3D file format: MTL and OBJ
  • Publication date: 2020/04/26 at 12:07

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